Tutoring and Classes

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Find a Tutoring Service

tutoring imageThis list provides information on tutoring services for your kids, and whether they offer classroom, individual or online tutoring, by level and by subjects covered.

Some services are available in one location only, while others are offered in multiple states.  Please contact us to recommend any additions to this list!

 

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Book: A Parent's Guide to Scholarship Tests

A Parent's Guide to Scholarship TestsA Parent's Guide to Scholarship Tests
Author: ACER 

 

Preparing, applying and sitting for a scholarship test can be gruelling and competitive process for the child and the childs parents, and the disappointment of not being awarded a scholarship can be demoralising and disappointing.  ...read more »

How to Choose the Best Private Tutor For Your Child

By Sean Tearney     There are many things you should look for when choosing the right private tutor. Sometimes though it will come down to trying various tutors out and seeing which one works best with you. Outlined here are the characteristics you should look for and the steps you should then take to ensure you've chosen the right person.  ...read more »

Tutoring and Scholarship Exams: Are They Right for My Child?

Boy Studying w/Specsby Tahlia Mandie, Direction Exploring      Tahlia answers some common questions on tutoring and scholarship tests , such as: 'How can a tutor help my child?' and 'Should my child sit a scholarship test?'  ...read more »

G.A.T.E.WAYS

G.A.T.E.WAYS provides opportunities for highly able and gifted students to extend their learning by participating in programs with like-minded students.  For school-term programs, students are selected by their teachers.  Children can also join the Brainwaves clubs, and participate in festivals and holiday programs.  ...read more »

CHIP Programs

The CHIP program encourages the development and education of children of high intellectual potential.  Term and school holiday tutoring programs are offered to challenge these young minds.  Assessment and testing are also offered.  ...read more »

Special Learning Difficulties Federation (Speld)

AUSPELD, The Australian Federation of SPELD (Special LearningDifficulties) Associations, responds to the needs of children and adults with Specific Learning Difficulties/Disabilities, such as the learning disability dyslexia, and those who care for, teach, and work with them, through the dissemination of information, advocacy, research, and support.  ...read more »

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